Edited By: VF Gallucci, GA McFarlane and GG Bargmann
435 pages, Figs, tabs
The book's 34 chapters compile current knowledge of dogfish, their ecology, and their management worldwide. It reviews historical fisheries, evaluates past and current management strategies, and provides new biological information from both the single species and ecosystem perspectives. It confirms the urgency of consideration of the human dimensions of management as part of efforts to protect dogfish where they are threatened while providing sustainable fisheries.
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